Rear-End Car Accidents in Ohio: Who’s at Fault?
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KNR Legal Blog
Situated between Cincinnati and Dayton, Butler County has plenty to offer residents and visitors. It’s home to the Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park and Museum, Cincinnati Premium Outlets, EnterTRAINment Junction, and so much more. With such an expansive area and so much to do, a Butler County car accident is a common sight.
The aftermath of a car accident in Butler County can be severe, from physical injuries to financial losses, and if someone else is at fault, you should not be held responsible. If you were harmed in a Butler County car crash caused by someone else’s negligence, contact Kisling, Nestico & Redick and speak with our highly skilled car accident lawyers in Dayton or Cincinnati.
Call KNR today at (513) 221-0499 or complete our online form to schedule a free, no-risk consultation.
In 2018, there have been 24 fatal car crashes in Butler County so far. 11 of these accidents were related to Operating a Vehicle While Intoxicated or OVI. Four were commercial crashes while five were related to motorcycles. 13 took place in rural areas of Butler County while 11 occurred in urban settings. So far, there have been less fatal crash accidents that have occurred in 2018 than in 2017. In 2017, there were 31 fatal car crashes, seven more than in 2018.
Car accidents take place throughout Butler County, leading to serious injuries and fatalities. Here’s a brief overview of a few of the most recent crashes:
In September 2018, a driver lost his life in a multiple vehicle crash on Hamilton-Cleves Road and Hine Road. A 2013 Nissan was traveling southwest on SR128 when it hit a Hyundai, which was headed northeast on SR128. The Nissan continued to travel and struck a semi-truck, which was also traveling northeast on SR128. The Hyundai’s driver was pronounced dead the scene while the other two drivers sustained serious injuries.
A teen driver lost her life in a car accident on Reily Millville Road and Bunker Hill Woods Road in August 2018. She was driving her grandparents and pulled out in front of county vehicle that was hauling mowing equipment. According to a preliminary investigation, the county employee who was operating the equipment is not at fault.
If you sustain an injury in a car a Butler County accident, be sure to take the following steps to protect your rights.
If you’ve been hurt in a Butler County car crash, it is always in your best interest to consult a Butler County car accident lawyer right away. For a free, no-obligation consultation, call KNR at (513) 221-0499 or via our online form.
You can count on KNR to help secure the fair and full compensation you may be entitled to.